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ABC News Chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl confirmed as featured guest for Daschle Dialogues

ABC News Chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl confirmed as featured guest for Daschle Dialogues

Mara Wheaton and Brina Sturm July 13, 2022

Jonathan Karl, ABC News chief Washington correspondent, has been confirmed as a featured guest for the Daschle Dialogues series at South Dakota State University.  Karl has covered the White House under...

Rendering of The Market in the Student Union

Sodexo takes over campus dining after nearly 26 years of Aramark

Mara Wheaton, Lifestyles Editor July 6, 2022

South Dakota State University has a new dining provider.  Sodexo took over campus as the official food provider May 27, and there are many new changes for students to look forward to.  Originally,...

Scobey Hall demolition to be complete by mid-July

Scobey Hall demolition to be complete by mid-July

Mara Wheaton, Lifestyles Editor June 22, 2022

There's not much left of Scobey Hall. The 43,687 square-foot building that sits on the far west edge of the South Dakota State University’s campus, is in the process of being demolished after sitting...

Architecture studio space inside the Chicoine Architecture, Mathematics and Engineering (AME) Hall.

DoArch students call for administrative action

Mara Wheaton and Brina Sturm April 27, 2022

A nine-page grievance letter written by the South Dakota State University Department of Architecture (DoArch) Student Advisory Board (SAB) has called for attention from SDSU administration.  The letter...

Behind the scenes: The Collegian advertising team

Behind the scenes: The Collegian advertising team

Josie Nelson, Advertising Representative and Designer April 27, 2022

When you look at this picture, you probably haven’t seen us before associated with this newspaper–maybe you have. This unbelievable, all-female team is a crucial reason for your picking up of this...

Study abroad students travel to Rome

Study abroad students travel to Rome

Oakley Jandreau, Reporter April 27, 2022

South Dakota State University’s Education Abroad programs are picking back up after the pandemic lull with many new opportunities, including a group of students currently studying in Rome.    The...

Track and field compete in Vermillion and Arkansas

Track and field compete in Vermillion and Arkansas

Marshall Minihan, Reporter April 26, 2022

The South Dakota State track teams traveled south to Vermillion for the South Dakota Challenge and to Arkansas for the Red Wolf Open. South Dakota Challenge Faith Leiseth beat her own record and...

South Dakota State University researchers Adam Hoppe, Natalie Thiex and Darci Fink will benefit from a nearly $11 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. The five-year federal grant will help researchers look into inflammation.

SDSU researchers hope $10.8M grant helps unlock biomedical answers

Sam Schauer, Reporter April 26, 2022

A $10.8 million grant has been given to South Dakota State University for its work in biomedical research and will fund work in continuing research for the next five years. The National Institutes of...

Lorna Wounded Head is the Family Resource Management Field Specialist at SDSU.

Paying attention to federal student loans during deferment

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist, SDSU Extension April 26, 2022

Since March 2020, federal student loans payments have been deferred and interest rates are zero percent. The student loan payment relief will continue until Aug. 31, 2022. For current students, the payment...

SDSU quarterback, Jon Bell, is in a shotgun formation in the Jackrabbits’ annual spring game. Despite an early interception, the redshirt freshman showed some promise as the Jacks offense scored 57 points.

Jacks compete in spring football game

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) April 26, 2022

South Dakota State concluded spring practices Saturday with its annual spring football game at the Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex. In the intrasquad scrimmage, the Jackrabbit offense rolled past...

Baylor Scheierman has put his name in the transfer portal weeks after declaring for the NBA Draft. Some of the schools showing interest include Duke, Kentucky, Kansas and Gonzaga.

Sports in brief

Evan Patzwald, Assistant Sports Editor (He/Him) April 26, 2022

Baylor Scheierman This past season’s Summit League Player of the Year Baylor Scheierman has entered the transfer portal.  “The most coveted in transfer portal history,” Jeff Goodman of The...

Former South Dakota State running back Pierre Strong Jr. sheds a Southern Illinois defender in a regular season game last season. That year, Strong had his best season as a Jackrabbit, leading the FCS in rushing yards (1,686) and scoring 18 rushing touchdowns.

Experts, coaches expect Strong to go in draft

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor April 26, 2022

With the NFL Draft set to begin Thursday, a few Jackrabbits have been getting the attention of NFL teams. The main Jackrabbits with draft potential are running back Pierre Strong Jr. and offensive tackle...

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